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Votes are accumulating. Unscientific, but interesting. Still time to add
yours:

NC Coast to Tidewater VA -- 20%
East Florida coast************** -- 19%
Caribbean**************************** --17%
Ga. to SC coast****************** --15%

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Votes are accumulating. Unscientific, but interesting.



If it's unscientific, why is it interesting?

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Default Isabel's Biggest Impact ? Survey says....

Herb wrote:

Votes are accumulating. Unscientific, but interesting. Still time to add
yours:

NC Coast to Tidewater VA -- 20%
East Florida coast -- 19%
Caribbean --17%
Ga. to SC coast --15%

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/herbwx/hurrican.html


Would be interesting to normalize these according to shoreline distance and
see which location people really think is more likely. Though this also
depends with the track. I.e., lots of MD-NJ shoreline, but a landfall from
the S would be very unlikely. I voted for GA/SC, but still awfully early to
be confident of much.


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